Scotland

Solidarity Scotland #2.05

Issue of Solidarity Scotland from July 1967, published by the Aberdeen Solidarity group, with articles about class and ideology, the peace movement, shipbuilding, violence in American culture and more.

Solidarity for workers' power - Solidarity (Scotland)

Partial online archive of the libertarian socialist journal, Solidarity Scotland, published in the 1960s.

The East End Eye

Online archive of The East End Eye, the voice of Glasgow Games Monitor 2014, a group of residents, activists and campaigners who are concerned about the effects of the regeneration in the East End of Glasgow.

East End Eye 6

East End Eye issue 6 front cover, mid-2013

6th issue of Glasgow Games Monitor's occasional freesheet, published mid-2013. Produced with the East End Carers Group and focussing on the Accord centre for people with learning difficulties

Where’s our Legacy?
Open Letters to the City Leader and First Minister

East End Eye 5

East End issue 5 front cover, Winter/Spring 2013

5th issue of Glasgow Games Monitor 2014's occasional freesheet. Published in early 2013, a Housing Special in conjunction with Glasgow Housing Action.

A Housing Legacy?
Playing games with homes and lives
This special issue investigates housing conditions in the East End in a period of housing crisis. What’s happening with the Games Village?

East End Eye 4

East End Eye Issue 4 front cover, Spring 2012

4th issue of Glasgow Games Monitor's occasional freesheet, published Spring 2012.

Whose Legacy in Dalmarnock?
The problems with ‘regeneration’ through mega-events

East End Eye 3

East End Eye issue 3 front cover, Spring 2010

3rd issue of Glasgow Games Monitor 2014's occasional freesheet, published Spring 2010.

Barras Threat
Stigma a ruse for gentrification

East End Eye 2

East End Eye Issue 2 front cover, Winter 2010

2nd edition of Glasgow Games Monitor 2014's occasional freesheet, published Winter 2010.

Displacement: The Name of the Game
City Council trample over Dalmarnock residents

East End Eye 1

East End Eye Issue 1 front page, Autumn 2009

The East End Eye is the voice of Glasgow Games Monitor 2014, a group of residents, activists and campaigners who are concerned about the effects of the regeneration in the East End of Glasgow.

EAST END EYE 1
Autumn 2009

Taking a Stand!
Margaret Jaconelli, the last resident of Ardenlea Street

As the Centre of Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) have shown, when a big new development is attached to a major sporting event, such as an Olympics or Commonwealth Games, people are often forced to move from their homes and relocate their businesses.

Edinburgh Muckraker

Online archive of the Edinburgh Muckraker, a bulletin initiated by anarchist supporters of, eventually victorious, striking refuse workers in Edinburgh who were facing pay cuts in the name of "equal pay" during the council's "single status" changes.